Transforming our North America onshore research

Our unique perspective offers granular data and written analysis down to the sub-play and well level across Canada and the US Lower 48.

With more than 50 analysts focusing on the North American upstream sector alone, we have met the challenge of supplying higher quality data and analysis for this dynamic region.

To help you make better decisions, our service allows you to easily assess and scrutinise production, operational performance and company results at the well level.

Our Key Play Analyses focus on North America’s top performing plays, delivering detailed maps, type curve economics, production forecasts, operational performance and valuations at a sub-play level. We believe that being timely matters and this analysis is reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

To demonstrate just what sets us apart, the headlines from our Eagle Ford Key Play Analysis are shown below.  The play is generally split into three areas: an oil, gas-condensate, and dry-gas window.  But there are distinct differences in well performance and the quality of production within these areas and we divide the Eagle Ford into nine sub-play areas.

Increased efficiency is predicted to reduce operators’ capital expenditures by US$5 billion in 2014. This would reduce the figure in the Eagle Ford to US$23 billion.

Crude and condensate production should average over one million barrels per day in 2014 - one year earlier than expected. The Karnes Trough and Edwards sub-plays account for 47% of production.

The sub-play areas’ remaining NPV10 has increased by more than 80%.  Drilling has been pulled forward as operators capitalise on both efficiencies and regional insight. 

Corporate strategies are evolving to maximise returns.  Independents are drilling only two wells per pad to realise positive cash flows more quickly whilst larger companies are completing bigger pads to maximise reserves. 

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